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Student Opportunities

Discover the many entrepreneurial opportunities, events and activities available to students attending Florida State University. Please follow the links shown below for dates, details and registration, and keep checking back for additions and updates.

Prezi Presentation: Jim Moran Institute Student Opportunities

Education Fellows

Jim Moran Institute’s Education Fellows include entrepreneurs, scientists, business and community leaders, innovators, and scholars. They serve the entrepreneurship programs and initiatives at Florida State University and the College of Business with a variety of activities that include:

  • Speaking to entrepreneurship classes and at Jim Moran Institute's hosted events
  • One-on-one mentoring of entrepreneurship students
  • Serving as coaches and judges in a variety of student endeavors and competitions
  • Providing guidance and consultation to student run start-ups housed in the InNOLEvation® Center
  • Facilitating entrepreneurship initiatives across the university
  • Teaching entrepreneurship courses
  • Serving as panel members for screening potential start-up firms

Student Events & Registration

InNOLEvation® Center and InNOLEvation® E-Clinic

Located in RBB #117, the InNOLEvation® Center develops and supports FSU students interested in starting or growing a new venture. Student businesses apply for acceptance into the program as resident clients.

Adjunct to the Center is the InNOLEvation® E-Clinic, which is open for drop-in assistance, or by appointment when a student needs one-to-one consulting.

JM Micro Grants

The JM Student Business Micro Grants program was established to fund Florida State University students, from any discipline across campus, who are engaged in entrepreneurship programs and initiatives. Individual micro-grants of up to $5,000 are awarded. The grants are to be used for a specific need for growth or improvement of an existing student business or to validate the market of a new business concept.

Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans with Disabilities

Volunteer opportunities are available during April, May and June for students to help with the EBV program: assisting with planning and set up; helping to run various aspects of the program either online or on campus; and working evenings one-on-one with veterans as they develop business plans during the course of the bootcamp.

Contact Ashley Edwards to find out how you can be involved.

We recommend the SameGrain social media app developed by FSU alumna Anne Balduzzi. Match and network with students, alumni, faculty, staff and FSU supporters with the same majors, interested in the same business issues, working in the same industries and much more.

  • Awarding-winning app that connects you with users who have similar interests
  • Use the code NOLES when you register to connect with other FSU students
  • Free download from the app store for iPhone
  • Coming soon for Android users
  • For more information and steps to get started, see http://samegrain-1.hs-sites.com/jmi external link icon


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